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land in america at 17? >> islanded in missouri from which my father had gone to china, central methodist college, a small college and small town, but compared with china was the big apple bright lights big time and it turned me around. i had had only one male american role model my father, so i grew up thinking the missionaries were what american boys grew up to be, so i thought i was coming over here only to get my credentials and go back, but i hadn't remembering dealt with the missouri and i wasn't going to go back to the back waters of rural china so i made it that the west would be my home. >> and turned into a missionary of another type, perhaps. >> very true, in darkest africa. >> we'll talk about that when we come back, dr. houston smith. >> we're talking about dr. houston smith. you have taken us from your birth in rural china and we've got you up to about age 17 or 18 in rural missouri. i went to high school at the couldn't influence of the illinois and mississippi river. >> very humid. >> it maybe bright lights but it's not the brightest in the country. talk to us th
>> we will hear arguments first this morning and case number 111425, missouri versus mcnealy. mr. kessler? >> thank you. course of a drunk driving investigation, quickly securing blood alcohol evidence with as little delay as possible is incredibly important justice sotomayor: how come it took so long for this state to figure out that it needed to do this without a warrant? justice sotomayor: the officer testified that he's been making drunk driving arrests for years -- mr. koester: yes, your honor. justice sotomayor: and i think in only one circumstance did he need to do it without a warrant. so what made the need here eminently the sense of impractical to get the warrant? mr. koester: well, your honor, back in 2003, there was a -- an appellate court case from missouri that dealt with the importance of the words -- justice sotomayor: no, i understand why he decided to do it, to forego getting a warrant. isn't his testimony dispositive of this case? he had time to get it. mr. koester: your honor, that ignores the fact that had he sought a warrant -- there's no question that he w
us now. >> thanks, jeff. >> start, as always, with the facts of case. >> ok. a missouri state police officer stopped tyler mcneily on the highway because he was speeding. the officer discerned that he might be under the influence of alcohol because he had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and the odor of alcohol on his breath. >> all clues, right? >> right. mcneily failed several field sobriety tests. he refused to take a breath test. the officer put him in the car, arrested him, was going to take him to jail but then decided to take him to a hospital for a blood-alcohol test. which mr. mcneily also refused to give consent to. mr. mcneily, of course, he had been arrested and charged. he moved in court to suppress the evidence of the blood-alcohol test, which showed that his alcohol level was way above the legal limit. >> so the legal issue is whether the warrantless blood test violates the fourth amendment right and that is the unreasonable search. >> exactly. warrantless searches are considered unreasonable, unless they fall within an exception to the warrant requirement. and that's w
, missouri eig decas ago. >> they chained him to the back of a car and dragged him up and down the main street of the black neighborhood screaming, "this will happen to you so-and-sos" then they tranged him to a tree and set afire and burned his body. >> throughout the country from the civil war era well into the 20th century, african-american men, women and even some whites were lynched. their bodies often shot, mutilated and burned. kathryn fletcher's 92-year-old sister, korea strauder, remembers what a mob in mer eval, missouri did to a black man accused of killing a white woman. >> they decided to put him, chain him on the roof of the school, and then set the school on fire. >> there was no evidence that this man was involved with her at all. but they had to pick up somebody. >> kathryn fletcher is one of over 70 elderly african-americans interviewed by the reverend angela sims for her "remembering lynching" project housed at the institute of oral history. >> if we don't capture the narratives now, they will be lost to history forever. >> angela sims, who teaches ethics and black ch
to class today. >>> police in one missouri town are no longer allowed to go to the denny's on duty. earlier this week they went in to order food and they got the order to leave unless they got rid of the weapons. the manager approached the plain clothes detectives after a customer noticed one of the officers had a gun. the officers identified themselves as detectives but the manager still told them to go or lose the weapons. >> as they were leaving, another manager came out and said they're police officers, it's okay. but they decided at that point they'd had -- they'd been harassed enough. they'd been embarrassed more than enough. so they exited the restaurant. >> denny's apologized released a statement saying in part quote denny's policy permits law enforcement officials to carry their firearms inside the restaurant and we regret any misunderstanding. >>> the newspaper that published the online interactive map of handgun permit holders in two suburban new york counties has hired armed guards to protect the office. this comes after negative backlash from the map publication. the presence a
of business and now they're considering diverting the missouri river into the mississippi. that has a whole host of other problems. part of which we don't have a whole lot of fresh water. the blue sphere that you see here is the water in the world. the smaller one you see is all the fresh water in the world. then the tiny blue one near florida is all the fresh water that is available in the world. that's not a lot. that's a tiny amount. so that is a big problem if you start diverting fresh water into the mississippi just to help commerce. other thing we could do is fix the climate, it is a try. bob, thanks for joining us, we appreciate it. how dangerous is it if we divert the water from the missouri into the mississippi. >> i don't think the missouri river diversion is a very good idea at all. the mid continent has been in a severe drought and if that continues we'll need that water for other purposes next year. >> cenk: perhaps drinking. how about the drought and the mississippi river. >> well, we've had a severe drought this last year, and there are a lot of levels in the river surprise p
pickup truck weave down a missouri county road, a highway patrolman pulled over tyler mcnealy, who the patrolman says could not stand on one leg or walk and turn. when mcnealy refused to take a breath test, the patrolman drove him to a hospital, where he was restrained while a technician took a blood test without his consent and without a search warrant. the aclu told the supreme court today, that violated the right against unreasonable searches. >> i think it's very intrusive when somebody is physically restrained and handcuffed and the state comes up and puts a needle in your arm. >> reporter: missouri prosecutors urged the court to rule that police should never have to wait for a search warrant to do a blood test on a suspected drunk driver, because with every passing minute, the body is metabolizing alcohol and the level is dropping. with nearly 10,000 people killed each year in drunk driving crashes, advocates of stricter enforcement agree. >> we need to have the best and the most accurate evidence available. and the evidence, of course, in a drunk driving case is the blood al
areas from missouri down through oklahoma, texas, into missouri and arkansas right now. behind it, a little snow from colorado extending northeast. we're going to enjoy the warmth ahead of this system today and tomorrow. but late tomorrow, really tomorrow late afternoon, evening is when we get that front to come through. so ahead of it, partly to mostly sunny, mild to warm temperatures. 60s, even 07 in frederick -- even 70 in fredricksburg. here we are at 11:30 tomorrow morning. we're still dry in the metro. west of town, here come the showers and storms for the evening hours. if we're lucky, this holds off till later in the rush hour but this definitely could affect the commute home on wednesday. then this is going to come through. don't think we'll see too much in the way of severe weather but a couple of strong storms are definitely possible for the afternoon tomorrow. so a pleasant afternoon, 61 in town. a few in the low 70s south and southwest. tomorrow we start in the 40s. mid-60s. watch out, yellow alert for the afternoon and evening thunderstorms. by thursday windy and col
're still the greatest poet from missouri. [laughter] how faint that raises. the other poet from missouri is me. and sometimes i save it t.s. eliot and i are at the missouri school of poetry. [laughter] we do have differences. i'm from kansas city, which during my entire childhood was known as the gateway to the west. and he was from st. louis, which cut the government to build a big gateway arch and started calling itself the gateway to the west. i didn't really blame them. and for that they were not as mound citycamorra service to to depression, mound of work? so you can't blame them really, although we don't agree it is the gateway to the west. we think of st. louis is the exit from the east. [laughter] there's some similarities between t.s. eliot and me. we both use foreign language in our poetry. he tends to use sanskrit. i don't use much sanskrit. i don't actually know much sanskrit. as one of those kids who got a got a new to during sanskrit class in kansas city, sort of look out the window. [laughter] i use yiddish sound. i think it's fair to say that t.s. eliot was not partial to
, not to worry. you are still the greatest photo missouri. [laughter] how faint that praise is. [laughter] and we judge by it fact that the other poet from missouri is me. [laughter] and sometimes i say that tsl el yachted and i are the missouri school of poetry. [laughter] we have differences. i'm from kansas city. [laughter] which during my entire childhood was known as the gateway to the west. and he's from -- he was from st. louis, which got the government to build a big gateway arch and started calling itself the gateway to the west before that they were known as mound city, which always drew the question, mound of what? [laughter] so you can't blame them, really. although we don't think it as the gateway of the as west. we think of if it as the exit from the east. [laughter] there's some similarities between tsl elliot and me. we both use foreign language in our poetry. he tends to use san san crypt. i don't use much of that. i actually don't know much of that language. i was one of the kids that got dreaming during the sanskrit class in kansas city. [laughter] look out the window. i use yi
weekdays featuring live coverage of the u.s. senate. the supreme court will be deciding case of missouri v. neely. the missouri state supreme court decided a case in favor of tyler mcneely saying blood drawn without the consent was inmichelle in a criminal case against him. the supreme court heard oral arguments in the case last week. the audio recording is an hour. >> well hear argument first this morning in case number 111425. missouri v. mcneely. mr. ceaser? >> thank you. mr. chief justice, may it please the court. in the course of a drunk driving investigation within quickly securing blood-alcohol evidence with as little delay as possible is an incredibly important. >> how come it took so long for this state to figure out that it needed to do this without a warrant? >> well. >> officer testified that he's been making deng driving air forces for years. >> yes. >> i think in only one circumstance did he need do it without a warrant. so what made the need here imminent in the sense of impractical to get the warrant? >> well, back in 2003, there was a appellate court case from missouri tha
of two others hitting arkansas and missouri. several homes have been damaged trees down. this morning there are still tornado warnings as twoeld you in place. then there is indiana. severe storms also damaged homes there knocking out power and forcing roads to close. maria poll lemolina has been tr the storms. >> we are talking about severe weather on this january. we typically don't see temperatures this warm that is why we are eeiseeing severe wear outbreaks. another widespread risk over the panhandle mississippi and through southern pennsylvania. another day where many cities will be impacted by the strong to severe storms possible damaging wind gusts 60 miles an hour. others in itself can cause damage. we have reports of flooding and a flooding threat across places in the great lakes and midwest associated with the same storm system. many of the storms aren't fast moving and that's where we are seeing the flooding concern. heavy rainfall coming down right now. at this hour across western portions of kentucky, tennessee and down through southern portions of louisiana. we have torna
obtaining a warrant. the case, missouri v. mcfoley, pits -- mcneely is in the 4 amendment's ban against unreasonable searches and seizure. >> we'll hear argument first this morning in case number 11125, missouri v. mcneely. mr. coaster? >> thank you, mr. chief justice, and may it please the court: in the course of a drunk driving investigation quickly securing blood alcohol evidence with as little delay as possible is incredibly important. >> how come it took so long for this state to figure out that it needed to do this without a warrant? the officer testified that he's been making drunk driving arrests for years. >> yes, your honor. >> i think in only one circumstance did he need to do it without a warrant. so what made this, the need here eminent in the sense of impractical to get the warrant? >> well, your honor, back in 2003 there was an appellate court case from missouri that dealt with the importance of the words -- >> no, no, i understand why he decided to do it. to forgo getting a warrant. isn't his testimony dispositive of this case? he had time to get it. >> your honor, that
on assault weapons. we are keeping on top of that with the likes of missouri senator roy blunt to git his read on all of that. meanwhile, to washington... where you issue being looing live at a boat on an -- i voight on an amendment to match dollar for dollar, whatever aid is coming to sandy victims in budget cuts. we have a senior capitol hill producesser in the thick of t. we will have the guy behind that amendment in just a second. first to chad on where this aid is going now. what can you tell us? >> reporter: this is an amendment on the floor right now, offered by republican congressman nick mulvane tow institute an christmas-the-board cut of 1 pbt.6% of all discretionary spending, the funding that congress is responsible for each year, including defense. what mulvaney wants to do with this amendment is offset some of the costs of the sandy bill, worth $17 billion. mulvaney said, look, we want to get the mon tote folks in new york, connecticut and new jersey. he is from south carolina. they certainly get hurricane there is. but he says, if these tough budget times, we have to offset
from the great state of missouri who was chosen by republicans in his state to take on democratic incumbent claire mccaskill. claire mccaskill was thought to be sort of easy picks for republicans this past year. they thought that was a seat for sure they could pick up. they picked republican congressman todd akin to go up against her. and then, and then, todd akin said this. >> if it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. >> if it's a legitimate rape, as opposed to all those illegitimate rapes, the female body has ways to prevent that from happening. take it from me, todd akin. claire mccaskill went on the trounce him and held on to a seat that democrats had all but accept they'd were going to lose in missouri. todd akin's view that you can't get pregnant from a legitimate rape, and therefore if you do get pregnant, you obviously wanted, so the government should force all victims of illegitimate rape to give birth to their child, in the end that did not fly with the residents of missouri. the thing is they were not alone in the republic
prisons in the country, the maximum security lockup in springfield, missouri. it was a psychiatric prison, with both hard-core killers, and the criminally insane. >> these people all have life sentences. they're all in there, and they're crazy, and they have nothing better to do than to try to hurt you or kill you just for some fun. >> if he accepted beaumont's offer, keene's target would be a suspected serial killer, a mysterious man in a van. coming up, every picture tells a story. >> when i put the picture down, he flinched, raised his arm up and refused to look at the picture. you in heaven. wrapped in luxury. you in action. you in motion. you in luck. play in style. talking stick resort, scottsdale. book now to enjoy cactus league spring training rates. >> several years before jim where i came to arrest and conviction, his personal life, as he tells it, was nonstop fun and games. there were a lot of hot clubs here in the 1990s. this was a place you were doing business as well. >> lived, worked and played right here, yes. it was a good time. >> back then, he had no idea about the dang
armas mañana al mediodía, dos titoreos se daban el epais, missouri ,un joven dispara a su maestro, horas después en kentucky dos personas son asesinadas en el estacionamiento de un colegio comunitario. >>se cree que durante el anuncio de mañana se dará un control en la compra de armas, el presidente iniciará su presentacion con vicepresidente joe biden. >>los pequeños que asistirán a la presentacion fueron invitados a washington para el anuncio de barack obama. el estado de nueva york legalizo una prohibicion, la más fuerte del país. >>quien quiera comprar un rifle, tendrá que registrarse con el estado de nueva york. y no solo registrar, si lo va a vender, este rifle, esta persona también tiene que registrarse. >>se aumentarán sentencias a quienes lleven un arma a la escuela. >>este tipo de cosas son extremadamente traumáticas y lo hacen a uno pensar cuales son las cosas que tenemos que tener en la sociedad. >>se anticipa que el anuncio de barack obama sobre el control de armas desatará una fuerte controversia en el congreso. en los últimos meses se han venido más
kansas and missouri as well. there could be severe weather possible today into tomorrow. let's put the futurecast in motion. starting wednesday morning, a lot of clouds in the area. a couple of sprinkles for the overnight. it looks like our shower chances will increase through the afternoon. the cold front is likely to pass by through the evening hours. that is what we could have thunderstorms through the area. potentially on the gusting side. we will keep an eye on whether or not we said -- we extend that severe threat into maryland. showers will head out to our east into thursday morning. snow showers will be possible well out into garrett county. here is the forecast for tonight. mostly cloudy skies, a sprinkle possible. very mild overnight as the temperatures dipped only into the mid 40 qazi across the area. fog could slow you down during the morning commute. into the afternoon, showers, many thunderstorms by the evening hours. tomorrow, mid 60's. a big drop in the temperatures going into the seven-day. we dropped down by about 20 degrees going into thursday. by friday, at a sl
all , butay from michigan especially through misery. those are tornado watches -- missouri. through there have been several reports tornadoes and now nine out todaytches memphis and on into oxford mississippi. stretches all the way down to theat lakes south. a bit as iteakening way, but by late tomorrow and tomorrow evening time, we could be looking at some severe weather. some of the reports days,he last couple of some hail around chicago and a damage in the middle part of the country. overnight tonight and during the be in torow, we will breeze and southerly the jet stream swings in with that wave. warm and increasingly windy as we go through tomorrow. starting tomorrow at 4:00 in the afternoon with those strong , up to 20-30 miles an hour. along that front and out in front of it, some likely strong perhaps even severe thunderstorms and then in back the strong northwesterly wind as we cold air sweeps in the last day of january. tomorrow andg mostly dry. storms coming in late the evening rush hour. temperatures tomorrow again near degrees, then after the storm through and as we get
this storm boundary which is putting down the heavy flooding rains toward missouri and eastern oklahoma. tonight 42, above average temperatures. that's our normal high. tomorrow 67, cloudy warmer with rain showers and tomorrow night down to 43, rain likely with the clearing occurring late. the next few days big changes, each dray getting colder after wednesday. take a look at the abc2 most accurate seven-day forecast. the numbers basically showing you changes back to the cold side. i will say this. i think the possibility for snow showers will be there thursday night into friday. after a day near 70 tomorrow, 24 hours later we could be talking about slick roads. >> i feel like i'm in the twilight zone. >>> this next story is amazing. the first service member to survive losing all four limbs in combat has been given the gift of new hands and are as -- arms. how he's thanking his doctors and nurses. we have his remarkable story. >> reporter: his story is one of bravery and heroism. brendan marrocco lost both legs and arms in iraq. his attitude is admirable. >> i'm still alive. that as all
for their 10th consecutive victory. hosting the missouri comets. lucas, no. okay. third effort the charm. but shut out the final quarter. they win 14-11. they win 14-11. >> marr looks ok. temperatures a couple of degrees warmer than today -- tomorrow looks ok. we are still below average. we attempt to warm to the 40's on monday but will start out a bit below freezing. the more sure it could provide a wintry mix of freezing rain or snow before changes to record tuesday dry. wednesday rain. 50's and the highs. then back into the 30's again. a roller-coaster ride. >> keep an eye on that. thanks for joining us. we will see you back here at 5:00 a.m. for 11 news sunday morning. "saturday night live" is next with guest host adam levine. and we leave you with some people from today's call their plunge. -- polar bear plunge. >>> can i get you anything else, mr. president? [ cheers and applause ] >> well, uh, no, no, i'm fine. thank you, jeremy. >> good night, mr. president, and congratulations again. that was very moving having your
in prison. a missouri man says his pecision tookeep his carr idling while he paid for fuel wound up costing him two vehicles in one day. day..ommy bbrker left his s-u-- rrnning to keep it warm at a gas stttion.but someone ddove off in it.barker called the police and finished hii erranns for the day in another s---v he owns.he was at home doing launnry when the sscond s-u-v dissppeared out of his driveway.barker believes the crook found an eetra set of kkys o the second vehicle inside the first one. perrible.. i on't know who would do that. why would you -- stole one car from the person. ten you come back and victimize them again and take bott their cars." cars." bbrker believes a paycheck &pstub may have also helped the lives.he's now changgng the locks tt his home. phe man... behinddcharlieebrown ...// appears... in a caaifornia courtroom. pourtrrom.peter robbins... with death treats... against a police officer../ a doctor and two 6-year-old was arrested earlier this week.../ p when... oofiiers realized... he's... wanted in san ddego...///. police say... he was unhappy with his gi
parade for troops coming home from the war in iraq. it happened saturday in st. louis, missouri. tens of thousands of people lined the streets. this is a thank you big enough to make the nation notice and personal enough to grab your heart and rattle it a little. >> twice he's flown home after serving in iraq. >> you could drop me in any city in the united states because i was home. >> reporter: he was touched by the out pouring of his hometown. >> completely overwhelmed. >> our nation has been debating whether now is a good time to celebrate veterans coming home from iraq with so many of them beredeployed to afghanistan. it's war that's ongoing. on sunday the new york giants will be playing the new england patriots known as the super bowl. the winning team gets a big parade downtown. the new york giants got one in 2008 the last year they were champions. the patriots got one in 2005. there's nothing wrong with celebrating football. i wonder if it won't be weird for our country to go crazy over a sports team while still saying not yet to the veterans. my friend asked that flat out toni
a significant southern connection. there were four states that were affected, missouri, kentucky, and delaware, and they were merely just a handful. for the first time in the nations history, a party without any notable consecutive quarter was taking over the government. but there was more. the rhetoric had assaulted the south and made eight social institution of racial slavery. and they wanted to will the unit into an election without any report. republicans repeatedly talked about it being even un-american. with this pn-american. with this party on the threshold of the presidency, those who preach the gospel of the union, they took to the public platforms and newspaper columnist who proclaim to the the crisis of this help was at hand. the south had to act and this was not the first time that this crisis had gripped the country. there have been several disputes and each of the major ones have been talked by compromise. first, the constitutional convention of southern philadelphia and the crisis of 1820 which had to do with the admission of missouri as a slave state and the future of slavery i
in missouri i would love to sell you. the president is anything to be enaugusterated for second term. his motorcade will include one limo with a license play. taxation without representation . the slogan was endorsed and appear on all of the presidential. that is according to a white house statement. this demonstrates the president's commitment of full representation of the people of the district of columbia and his willingness to fight for fighting rights and hom rule and voting for the district. it goes back to the creation of the district of columbia, the seat of our government. it is an issue that if we want to discuss we should and it should be discussed with congress and not slogans and with license plates. it seems appropriate if the president wants to put a license plate on the presidential that said "god bless america" or presidential seal that's fine. but this is a very highly charge quite frankly partisan political issue. i am not sure it is appropriate to use the opportunity of representing all of the citizens for a narr hoe only focused political agenda and put it on the fron
in a red stain like missouri. of-- state like misery. i said i have a plan. they did not listen. many did not return my calls. then there was emily's list. they listened. they returned my calls. stephanie and her team of hundreds and thousands of women across the country said we support what you are doing. we understand your plan. they got it. if this helps the extreme type a and when the republican primary that could be a gift for every candidates in the country by exposing his extreme views to the united states of america. it worked. list, the power of many. they stand for the proposition. a little bit can mean a lot. they work the voters. they talk to women voters. they gave us strength and support. i thank you all from the bottom of my heart. i am very proud to be emily. >> good morning. i was raised the kansas city, missouri. when i think of morning i expect a response. good morning. i am from kansas city. i have gotten to work at image list for several years were i was able to support and recruit candidates -- emily's list for several years where i was able to support and recruit ca
gun control. word of a missouri lawmaker wants any parent who owns a gun to notify their child's school. it is the next idea, and a long list of proposed ideas for gun control stemming from the connecticut school shooting. the missouri state senator says that she wants the violence in schools to stop. she says that it encourages parents to make sure that they store their guns safely in their own, and that it also gives the school districts the opportunity to help encourage a gun safety. >> (singing () >> there is no question that beyounce's performance of the national anthem was one of the highlights of president obama is a inauguration. the only question that's seems to be was whether or not she was singing live or is she was lip synching. a spokeswoman for the u.s. marine band said that beyounce did not actually perform the " star spangled banner " live perry ed later, the marine corps said in a statement that no one in their organization " is in a position to assess whether the performance was alive or pri recorded. " but then a another statement said a live performance was
toxic religion was fundamentalist christianity, which is what i started, and it was with the missouri synod. because we were all so focused on the future of after we died, and not that much on what was going on on this earth, and how to enrich our lives, and we had those big thick walls not letting in buddhist thoughts or anything like that, and i just found it - instead of life-affirming, i found it was life-denying. >> but do you see in there also how we're right at that nitty-gritty? i mean, i didn't want to just shove that identity and relationship thing down your throat. i mean, can we begin to see that, that's what we're talking about here, is how people form those? oh, sure. >> i was very impressed - well, i won't say that - i was struck by the emotion. most churches are quiet, most churches are ritualistic. the emotion - the people who would, in everyday life, pass each other up or so forth - they're there together, and they're letting all this tension out. this is cathartic for them. >> it was so amazing to be there. i mean, oftentimes they were waiting for us, so we didn't k
illinois and missouri, they are totally different scenes. chicago is a joint temperatures above 60 degrees, which is heat waves that is for that area. but it will last for long, it is expected to dip back into the teen's tomorrow. and then look at a missouri. a large springlike storm system is pushing severe thunderstorms and damaging winds eastward through the mississippi valley. so far one that is blamed on this storm, which happened in mississippi. >> new details this morning until the brazil nightclub fire investigation. police said that the group planned at the time lit a flare designed for outdoor use and said the club selling on fire. police believe that the people who ignited the flare on sunday new that it was from outdoor use only. the night club hadsprinklers and no emergency exit protess. officias think that the ban which is known for its techniques, all almost tried to save money. that in your flare's calls over 30 bugs broader walter flares on the cost a few dollars. >> here is a live look from san jose. the temps look like it would be nice they also for the south bay. >> we
in missouri. and in western michigan, a car plunged 20 feets into a creek, after heavy rain and snow melt caused flash flooding. >> the road flooded out. we're in the middle of a river right now. the car's completely underwater. help. >> reporter: in indiana, a storm knocked out power for thousands and destroyed dozens of homes. >> the winds were so fierce, it was throwing my car sideways. i didn't know if i was going to make it through or not. >> reporter: tahman bradley, abc news, washington. >>> and that storm will finally wrap up this morning, clearing the way for some chilly air. >> accuweather meteorologist jim dickey tells us what we can expect. >> a powerful storm is tracking towards the coast bringing soaking rainfall on the i-95 car dor. you can expect blinding downpours, localized flash flooding. the winds stay gusty, ushing in chilly air. watching the temps fall in the afternoon. we're talking 60 miles per hour, with winds sustained 20, 30 miles per hour through the day. back to you. >> thanks, jim. >>> stay with us for "good morning america," as our extreme weather team bring
the water to come into the main stem, but all the dams and reservoirs on the missouri are where the sediment that should be getting to the gulf of mexico is now stored so there are just a lot of competing interests for the use of this major distributary. >> about out of time. there's a question to clarify regarding the investment of $11 versus $30. somebodimented the source. >> yeah. >> if you can provide that. >> depends on which parameters you use, but based upon the risk reduction measures, flood reduction measures that would have been in place or have been in place that have equated in terms of reduction in risk, for example, the 14 billion invested after katrina treen that in the new orleans area equated to a substantial amount of hundreds of millions of dollars that would have been experienced or realized during hurricane issac if not for the measures that were put in place so it depends upon what you look at, but it's primarily associated with looking at the investment the federal government has or could make in reduction in terms of that risk and what it translates to in the benefit
got from congresswoman joanne emerson was the slam door treatment. the southeast missouri republican is quitting congress. not because she lost. in fact, she just won her last election to her tenth term, by a landslide. she's quitting because she landed a job back in what you might call the real family business, the politics of influencing congress. follow the lineage. in the '70s, jo ann emerson, a washington, d.c. native, married a lobbyist named bill emerson. when lobbyist bill emerson went on to become congressman from missouri, jo ann went on to become a lobbyist for the restaurant industry. when he died of cancer in 1996, she took her seat and she's served nine terms since then. and while the combined emersons were spending 32 years in the congress, they were raising two daughters, both of whom who are now registered lobbyists. now, congresswoman emerson goes back to a trade association, directing a team of lobbyists. >> it's the personification of the revolving door. >> reporter: kathy kiley will the sunlight foundation says it's a revolving door of lobbyists and politicians a
? the case dates back two years when 25-year-old tyler moody was pulled over for speeding in missouri. he ood been convicted twice already on drunken driving charges, refused a breath test, failed field sobriety tests but the arresting officer didn't get a warrant for a blood test, instead took moody to the hospital where blood was drawn while he remained handle cuffed. the missouri court agreed that that test violated the amendment against unreasonable search and seizure but the state of missouri wants to be able to do these warrantless blood tests if it needs to. what do you think here? in this particular case, it could have, i believe, far-reaching impact. richard? >> yeah. it could. can you imagine, marty? they could just stick you and take your blood anytime you want? that's no good. that's not going to be upheld by the supreme court. really. there's an implied consent if you get pulled over for a dui that you're going to do a breathalyzer and perhaps blood. you can deny that. you can refuse that. you can say officer, i respectfully refuse. other issues will take over atta that time, but
, and our candidate in missouri. they were just deadly. our brand is hurting badly. >> and the worst thing that could happen this election was the joke that said when you say the rape candidate you have to say in that campaign which one, the missouri one or the indiana one? thank you chris shays. it was that bad. you'll be back. thank you, chris shays. >> god bless. >>> up next, why does iowa congressman steve king of all people keep pushing a bill to change the constitution when he's failed at it each time. he's trying to get rid of the 14th amendment. this is "hardball," the place for politics. so you say men are superior drivers? yeah. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? iimagine living your life withss less chronic low back pain.. [ voice of dennis ] silence. imagine you with less pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pai
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